DRWF Research: Effect of migraine treatment on blood glucose
Dr Rajna Golubic’s DRWF-funded study examined how migraine treatment affects blood glucose for people living with diabetes
Future diabetes therapy
The findings suggest that the acute use of sumatriptan might contribute to high glucose levels during a migraine attack, adding to the potential blood glucose elevation induced by pain.
More broadly, these results show how serotonin receptors in the brain can help control blood glucose, suggesting potential for future novel diabetes therapies.
Read the report in Diabetes Obesity and Metabolism
Read more about Dr Rajna Golubic’s DRWF-funded Pump Priming Grant
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